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2014 Queensland political winners and losers

Amy Remeikis in the Brisbane Times (30.12.14) provides her assessment of the political winners and losers in 2014:

‘And so it is (almost) 2015. And what have you done?  If you’re in Queensland politics, a lot.  And not all of it good.  So, as we head into the year of the sheep, let’s see who came out on top during the year of the horse – and for whom it became the year of the ass.’

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